badseeded asked: Yo. In your head cannons what is Emily doing? I think she's become a pro wrestler but It'll be cool to hear what you think.
Emily dated (and got engaged to) tommy tibble until they separated after timmy tibble died and tommy had to be put in a mental institution because he kept breaking down and threatening to take his own life.
Emily turned to science and became a psychologist. She wanted some answers as to why tommy initially broke down, and why his condition only seemed to be getting worse.
Through therapy sessions with her once-fiancée, she learned that tommy was wanted for the murder of a gangster named Frank “Chainsaw” Castalucci. A murder that timmy and tommy both knew was in self-defense. When a hitman came to take tommy’s life, he mistakenly shot timmy, and tommy shot the hitman. Burying the hitman’s body and making timmy’s death look like an accident was tommy’s first step down a road that descended into madness.
Haunted by her former lover’s words, Emily became distraught and upset. She tried to convince tommy it would be okay, and made arrangements for them to run away. Defying both her commitment to her job and the safety of others, she broke Tommy out of the mental hospital, killing one guard (who was once her friend) in the process.
Once in hiding, emily learned that tommy’s entire story was false. There never was a murder. No hitman. No “accident”.
Tommy was a serial killer. Timmy happened to find the bodies in the crawlspace beneath the kitchen of their grandmothers house. Tommy, once again, broke down and claimed that he never wanted to kill his brother, but he had to, to keep him from spilling the secret.
Emily realized that her split-personality, homicide-obsessed lover would one day kill her too, and during breakfast one morning, she stabbed him through the back of the head with an ice pick and was never caught with the murder.
She went from state to state, traveling across the country until she got a job as a professional wrestler. The acting gave her a break from her real life and the wrestling reminded her of a simpler time, when she was but a child, with a child’s innocence.
This is nothing compared to Arthur killing his grandma.